Designs for bishop's residence and clergy house (now Archibishop's House and Cathedral House) for St George's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Southwark, London: details of staircase in the clergy wing
|Architect/Designer||Walters, Frederick Arthur (1849-1931)|
|Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore (1812-1852)|
|View||Plan | Interior|
|Subject||Religious Buildings ; Vicarages ; Cathedrals ; Stairs|
NOTES: A. W. N. Pugin won a limited competition in 1839 to design a large Roman Catholic church in Southwark for the growing Irish population of the area with, in addition, a house for four clergy, and schools for 300 boys and 200 girls. The church was designated a cathedral in 1852. In the 1880s the bishop wished to expand the number of priests at the cathedral and the schools were removed to a new site and the old site used for a new episcopal residence and a clergy house, also including a seminary and convent, which were built to the designs of Frederick A. Walters incorporating parts of PuginÔÇÖs original buildings.
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